While Huawei has yet to make an official announcement, it is widely expected that the Honor Note 10 is close to a launch. Now we have come across more evidence of an imminent launch, courtesy of alleged real-life images of the upcoming device.
The folks at Techtastic have shared real-life images of the Honor Note 10, kept besides the Nintendo Switch console. With a console on the side, you get a clear idea on the size of the upcoming smartphone. By the looks of it, the Note 10 seems smaller than the console screen.
But what really stands out are the extremely slim bezels around the Note 10’s screen. Because of these really thin bezels, the upcoming phablet is able to flaunt a 6.9-inch display. In comparison, the Switch comes with a 6.2-inch LCD display. We must admit, the Note 10 does look quite good with its curved edges and slim bezels.
Honor Note 10 expected specifications, features
Watch: Honor 10 First Look
As per the website, the Note 10 will flaunt a 6.9-inch Samsung-made Super AMOLED display with QHD+ resolution. Under the hood is likely to be a Kirin 970 octa-core SoC paired with 6GB of RAM. Incidentally, this is the same chipset that powers the Honor 10, and the Huawei’s P20 and P20 Pro. There have also been rumors about a massive 6,000mAh battery powering the device, but all these leaks should be taken with the proverbial pinch of salt.